For wheelchair users or those who have difficulty walking there is a drop-off point adjacent to the main doors, along with “disabled use” parking bays. Inside the building, there are no steps on each floor and the passages and doors are suitably wide for wheelchairs. The corridors are fitted with handrails. There is a disabled toilet downstairs and a lift for first floor access. The reception area is fitted with a hearing loop for those wearing hearing aids. Should you wish to obtain a large print copy of this leaflet, please ask at reception.

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